Electric Frankenstein is dedicated to playing loud, aggressive, and melodic Punk Rock & Roll music that recalls a time when people wrote real songs that were truly memorable. Songs that made a difference to your life once you heard them, changing your perspective forever. Remember the first time that you heard the Dead Boys, the Damned, the Ramones, the Weirdos, the Germs, the Avengers, the Misfits, Black Flag, or any of your other favorites? The World felt ready to explode! Everything else soon sounded like shit. Remember when the latest singles you bought meant so much that you got into fist fights with losers who made fun of "your music"? You kicked their ass. Well, that time is here now.
EF aren't young or pretty, and in case you haven't noticed neither is Real Rock & Roll. They aren't here to be your girlfriend, they're here to ROCK! While stupid critics might say 'but, it's only rock n’ roll, its nothing new', Their fans are saying "Damn, right!" as they embrace the best of what's loud, fast, and rules from the last 30 years distilled down to one single organism.
In addition to playing some of the most dynamic, ravenous, and menacing rock you've ever heard, EF recognizes the importance of integrity. From giving proper nods to the architects of street-level rock (Iggy and the Stooges, Dead Boys, AC/DC), to fiercely supporting DIY labels, to their constant efforts to put fans first ahead of profit.
The band's music and/or graphic art ( by the likes of renowned greats Basil Gogos, Mad Marc Rude, Dave Burke, Art Chantry, Coop, Emek, Ron English, Brian Ewing, Alan Forbes, Dirty Donny, Derek Hess, Frank Kozik, Tara McPherson, Mitch O’Connell, the Pizz, XNO, and many, many, MANY more.) has been featured in video games, such as Tony Hawk's Underground, TV shows such as Viva La Bam, The X-Files, Nitro Circus, Fantasy Factory, Dawson's Creek, SyFy’s BLOOD DRIVE and movies such as Signs, Jackass, and American Psycho 2 among others.